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Weiss, Leon C. (b.1882 - d.1952)
Architect, New Orleans, LA
Leon Charles Weiss born Farmersville, La.; graduated College of Technology, Tulane University of Louisiana, 1903; from post graduate department, College of Technology, Tulane University of Louisiana, 1905. From 1905 to 1912, as a partner of the firm of KEENAN & WEISS, consulting engineers and architects, New Orleans, La., designed and superintended building projects in New Orleans and throughout Louisiana and Mississippi; in 1912, the firm was dissolved by mutual consent. From 1912 to 1918, in an independent business, engaged on engineering and architectural projects. Located in the Maison Blanche Building in 1918. Entered US Army service September 26. 1918 obtaining the rank of Captain in the Quartermasters Corps. see also WEISS, DREYFUS, & SEIFERTH/see also WEISS & DREYFUS. See Kingsley, Buildings of Louisiana, pp. 57, 273-274, 442. Listed in "Directory of American Architects," Southern Architect and Building News (Apr 1920), p. 47. see Who's who in the Construction Division of the United States Army By United States Army Construction Division. 1920 edition p. 249.
DateInventory#Name of PropertyRoleDescription of WorkLocation
D1917149-VKS-0114.2-NRD-MLArchitectOriginal buildingVicksburg, Warren Co.
D1917-18083-GRE-0546-XArchitectOriginal buildingGreenwood, Leflore Co.